Friday, 30 July 2010

On departure next week at the golden thread

On Departure

Project Space

5th – 21st August 2010

The Golden Thread Gallery proudly presents On Departure, an exhibition drawn from the most innovative and exciting emerging artists from this summer’s graduate exhibitions at the University of Ulster, the Dublin Institute of Technology, and the National College of Art and Design, Dublin. Co-curated by Sarah McAvera and Ben Crothers, and featuring works by Rebecca McNaughton, Linda Monks, Laura-Ann Morgan, Shaleen Temple and Chanelle Walshe, On Departure showcases an eclectic body of work by a select group of promising individuals about to embark upon their careers in the art world.


Rebecca McNaughton received her BA (Hons) in Fine Art from the Dublin Institute of Technology in 2010. In her primarily installation-based work, McNaughton works with photography, print and found objects to explore the theme of life in contemporary cities. Concerned with the concept of futurology, McNaughton studied the predictions of filmmakers, writers and designers from the 1950s to the 1980s as to what the cities of 2010 would be like. The empty shells of half-built apartment blocks and the grand designs of urban planners left unfinished which we see today highlight the unrealised potential of these undelivered cityscapes.

Linda Monks completed her MFA at the University of Ulster in 2010, and has recently been awarded a six month residency at Platform Arts. She strives to create art which amuses both herself and others, drawing inspiration from film, television, comic books, and the comedic moments of everyday life. Working in a range of media, from drawing and photography to video work involving puppets and stop-motion animation, Monks has created a playful body of work, which is charming in its simplicity, but not without gravitas.

In her artistic practice, Laura-Ann Morgan uses performance, photography and video to question our understanding of the body and its environment, exploring the boundaries between the physical body and the body of a space. She is intrigued by the rules and rituals placed within a given space, and makes work in response to the space in which she finds herself. Belfast-based Morgan completed her MFA at the University of Ulster in 2010.

Born in Pretoria, South Africa in 1987, Shaleen Temple moved to Northern Ireland at the age of thirteen with her mother and siblings. She received a BA (Hons) in Photography from the University of Ulster in 2010, and through her work explores themes surrounding South African lifestyle. In the Boys and Girls series, Temple photographs black South African maids and gardeners in their white employers’ homes, examining the changes South Africa has undergone since the end of the Apartheid, specifically the relationship between the workers and their white employers, a relationship which Temple herself experienced as a child.

Dublin-based Chanelle Walshe completed her BA in Fine Art at the National College of Art and Design, Dublin in 2010. Working with text, photography and drawing, Walshe’s work is highly personal, but it is through its specificity that the work confronts universal concerns of identity and the self. Her body of work communicates something of the resistance to the explanation of the self, and the anxiety which can be experienced as a result of attempting self-definition.

Opening Hours: Tuesday – Friday 10.30am - & Saturday 10.30am – 4.00pm

Tel. +44(0)28 9033 0920



Ormeau Baths -arrivals

Lunch box

PLACE Architecture and Built Environment Centre
40 Fountain Street, Belfast BT1 5EE | 028 9023 2524 | | | Twitter: @PLACENI | Join our Facebook Group - search "PLACE Northern Ireland"

PLACE Lunchbox Talks with Bagel:bagel
Wednesday 4th Aug // 1pm // out of PLACE, 9 Castle Lane
Reconnecting the City // £5 including lunch

Belfast people have been disconnected from the City Centre and from each other by roads and walls for many years. There has also been a disconnection from the decision-making processes that created the roads and walls. However, these disconnections are starting to be broken down by locally elected representatives, community activists and community planners working with community groups like the West Belfast Partnership Board and organisations such as PLACE and Forum for Alternative Belfast. This discussion, involving key architects, community leaders and decision makers will highlight current work aimed at reconnecting parts of the city and reconnecting people to the city-making process. Reconnecting the City is part of Feile an Phobail 2010.

Speakers include: Naomi Long MP, Ciaran Mackel and Geraldine McAteer.

Venue: out of PLACE, 9 Castle Lane, Belfast (beside Cornmarket, opposite Lush & Starbucks)
Cost: £5 including lunch
Payment: Cash or cheque made payable to PLACE (you can pay in advance at PLACE, 40 Fountain Street or on the door)

Booking information
Strictly limited places at all Lunch Box Talks.
Advance booking essential.
£5 entry includes lunch provided by Bagel:bagel.

Book online: click here
Book by email:
Book by phone: 028 9023 2524
Book in person: Visit PLACE, 40 Fountain Street, Belfast BT1 5EE

Still to come in the Lunchbox Talks Series...

Wednesday 11th August // 1pm // Lecture
Primavera Romana: Walking for A U-Turn

A talk by Stalker/ON based on the Slow Cities Movement. Stalker, an interdisciplinary collective involving architects, landscape architects, artists and others, named after the Tarkowsky film, was formed in the early 1990s when radical Italian student movements were at their height. The collective focuses its projects on interstitial urban spaces, migrations of non-European cultures, urban social mobility and living patterns, observation, mapping, site-specific interventions and new media.

18th August // 1pm // Panel Discussion
On the road to nowhere?

What is the future of transport in Belfast and beyond? How usable is the current system? What lessons from elsewhere can be applied to our situation? This panel discussion explores the existing road system within Belfast and plans for the future.

Book online: click here
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Book by phone: 028 9023 2524
Book in person: Visit PLACE, 40 Fountain Street, Belfast BT1 5EE

FAB Summer School 2010 - 16th - 20th AUGUST @ University of Ulster, York Street

Following last year's mapping of Belfast's vacant sites, the Forum for Alternative Belfast this year focus their sites on North Belfast:

"This year we want to gather together all those people that will and should inform the development of the north central city.. This area is arguably the most fractured in our city, but it also has a large number of ongoing current projects. - These projects, if brought together in a coherent vision could transform this landscape within the next ten years."

FEE: £50 waged - organisation /£25 Students

Wednesday, 28 July 2010

Belfast Pride this Saturday

Belfast Pride festival takes place on Saturday 31st July in Custom House Square. The party in the square runs from 12 – 6pm with the parade leaving at 2pm.


RUA deadline- Royal Ulster Academy

Friday is the first Royal Ulster Academy deadline.................................................just a reminder.

Late night art

dont forget its next Thursday,

cover your ears???

European Pipe Band Championships 2010 and PipeUp! Festival

The European Pipe Band Championships 2010 will take place from 10.30am - 6.30pm on Saturday 31 July at the Stormont Estate in Belfast.

Over 100 of Europe's finest pipe bands will compete to be crowned European Champions.

This great day out for families will also include children's activities and highland dancing, as well as a tented village area selling tartan goods, food and drink.

The competition runs from 10.30am - 5.30pm. The march past will take place 5.30pm - 6.30pm.


Families - £14 on the day or £10 if booked in advance
Adult - £5 on the day or £4 if booked in advance
Concession - £3 on the day or £2.50 if booked in advance
To book in advance, and take advantage of the discount, visit the Belfast Waterfront website or phone 028 9033 4455. You can also buy tickets from the Go To Belfast website or phone 028 9024 6609.

Please note, if you buy your ticket at the event only cash will be accepted as a payment method (no debit or credit cards will be accepted).

PipeUp! Festival

Belfast's first PipeUp! Festival will take place from Saturday 31 July - Friday 6 August 2010, with piping, drumming and Ulster Scots folk music events.

Events include the PipeUp! Gala Concert on 6 August at Belfast Waterfront. It will feature the Simon Fraser University and Field Marshal Montgomery pipe bands for the most exciting contest in pipe band history. Tickets cost £20 and are available from the Belfast Waterfront website or by phoning 028 9033 4455.

Visit our website for a list of all events or download our PipeUp! Festival brochure (PDF - 1.1MB)

More information

For more information on both events, visit

Tuesday, 27 July 2010

late night art again next week

Busy organising for late night art?
its next Thurday 5th August

CAB open gallery on Thursday

You are here by Invited to the Inaugural
Art Exhibition
Merrion Business Centre
58 Howard Street
29 July 2010
Enjoy a relaxing evening with drinks & music
as you sample the creativity of some of
Belfasts exciting artists.
Artists Include:
Susan Lavery, Martina O’Connor,
Aurelie Montfrond, James Mercer, Keith Ayton,
Janice Lightowler, Lionel Waring
and others.

arrivals at OBG this thursday opening

This Thursday we see arrivals at OBG its nice to see so many local names actually in the gallery..
In particular Phil Hession, Maria Jankowska and Keith Winter the exhibition is on until 11 Sept and I really hope it has filled the gallery as there are enough good names there to do it.
Maria is recently graduated from UU and had beautiful feminine pieces for her final show. Phils video pieces remind me of home, in a wierd and wondeful way.

Looking forward to it.

Monday, 26 July 2010

good news

A comprehensive salary guide by a specialist recruitment agency in Belfast has revealed the depth of impact the recession has had on Northern Ireland, but also offers optimism for the year ahead.

Across many sectors, salaries have dropped by typically 5-15% and benefits have been capped or withdrawn completely, while redundancies have spread across virtually each business sectors in the region, including the more robust markets of Accountancy and Legal. However the publication by Abacus Professional Recruitment also reveals that positive signs are starting to reflect a more stable labour market with more companies calculating fresh staff appointments.

“Many local firms are certainly more confident and outward looking. Recruitment is returning to their radar, although with justifiable caution. They are smartly managing a blended recruitment strategy by taking on temporary staff and appointing people on interim contract of perhaps 3-6 months. Importantly, the volume of permanent recruitment is rising as well and decisions are being made faster; both positive indicators for the future”; according to Alan Braithwaite (Business Director) at Abacus Professional Recruitment.

Impacts on Markets

The Abacus survey provides an overview on each market plus guidance for companies and job seekers to prepare for the future if economic recovery is sustained. The full report can be downloaded on but the main findings for sectors include:

· Accountancy – some equilibrium gained after periods of pay cuts and redundancies;

· ICT – comparably strong with some skill shortages evident and growth forecast;

· Legal – salary cuts of 10-20% experienced and minimal opportunity for newly qualified solicitors however specialist roles are still in demand;

· Banking – significant job losses and many bonuses withdrawn but next 12 months more positive which follows recent trends in London;

· Insurance – salary cuts experienced in a highly competitive arena but strategic demand for experienced personnel on-going;

· General office roles – volume of temporary roles increasing but salaries squeezed;

· HR and Marketing – regarded as early casualties in an economic downturn however employment opportunities starting to return.

Future Guidance

The specialist consultants at Abacus have also offered some guided to all parties. Companies should develop or review their ‘employer brand’ and re-discover how their business is perceived by employees and potential staff of the future.

“Certainly employers are wise to take stock and review how they can improve their appeal to prospect employees. It shouldn’t start when someone hands in their notice. Our consultation revealed that companies were eager to know if their brand had been impacted by redundancies and that is a refreshing consideration”, said Justin Rush (Business Director) at Abacus.

Future Outlook for Jobseekers

“Candidates presently in employment are starting to shift from ‘passive’ to ‘active’ status reflecting a slightly more positive outlook. Obviously the level of competition for employment is considerable and this is likely to continue. While a continued economic challenge certainly remains with public sector pressures and austerity measures on route, the commercial market is lifting. Therefore jobseekers should start preparing CVs, gaining career advice and perhaps develop an appropriate social networking profile to increase their visibility.”

Friday, 23 July 2010

Portaferry madness

To night the madness starts in Portaferry at 7pm along the shore for the annual float parade- who needs mardi gras???????????????????????? If you've never been why nhot try???

death to delawab- long live delawab

tonight spacew delawab is coming to an end.

41 Ashley Ave
Bt9 7Bt

Lots of interesting names
Sighle Bhreathnach- Cashell
Christine Borland
Christopher Burns
Christopher Burns
Christopher Campbell
Hannah Casey
Stepehn Doyle
Diane Edwards
Daniel Jewesbury
Shjeena Leach
McAleese and |Miskimmin
Tonyas McMullam
Deidre McKenna
Miguel Martin
Peter Mutschler
Feargal O Malley
Anne Quail
Peter Richards
Mark Rossi
Shipsides and Beggs

The exhibition will remain in the house for post opening reviewers and for documentation
opening reviewers on MOnday 26thg all day and afterwards by appointment.

Lots of interesting things have happened in the two years it has been on .and its memory will live on in those who attended and exhibited and and and ................................................

Thursday, 22 July 2010

RUA deadline next Friday

Irish premiere

Prime Cut Productions in association with Belfast Pride announce the Irish Premiere of Vincent River by Philip Ridley. Directed by Sophie Motley (assistant director at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin), Vincent River is the theatrical highlight of the 2010 Pride Festival

Previewing at the Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast on the 2nd August and opening on the 3rd, the production transfers to The Project Arts Centre Dublin for a two week run before performances in The Alley Theatre, Strabane, The Market Place Armagh and The Playhouse in Derry/ Londonderry.

In the last 2 years 248 homophobic hate crimes were reported in Belfast.

Homophobic hate crime is still a significant factor in the lives of many Lesbian, Gay and Bi-sexual people, with more than 20% of respondents in recent research carried out by the Rainbow Project indicating they have experienced some form of homophobic hate crime in the past 3 years. The PSNI define Homophobic Hate Crime as ‘any crime which is perceived by the victim or any other person to be motivated by homophobia’. Homophobic hate incidents have a devastating effect on victims and those who fear becoming a victim.

Emma Jordan Executive Director of Prime Cut said:

‘We are delighted to be producing this important play in association with Belfast Pride. The play deals with the aftermath of a hate crime, and whilst we do not see it as our job to address social issues we realise the unique power theatre has in revealing the human experience behind the headlines. We will be exploring further the themes in the production with a variety of ancillary events such as our outreach workshops and post show discussions. In a utopian world such issues would bear no relevance to everyday life in Northern Ireland but as evidenced in our daily news reports, sadly this is not the case’

40 years on from the legalisation of Homosexuality, Vincent River is an exploration of the devastating effects of hate crime. Starring award-winning Northern Irish actor Eleanor Methven (Anita) alongside Bangor born Kerr Logan (Davey), this is a beautifully written thriller exploring the classic Ridley themes of sexuality, family, loss and the redemptive power of story telling.

changing arts and minds

Opening tonight 5 pm at Golden thread. looks interesting

Wednesday, 21 July 2010

great title-how to sell when no one is buying

Networking Event: How to sell when no-one is buying

Learn five ways in five days to grow your sales and get customers to buy. Colly Graham, Salesxcellence

When: Thursday 5 August 2010
Where: The Belmont Tower, 82 Belmont Church Road, Belfast, BT4 3FG
Time: Registration 5.30pm, event starts at 6pm sharp
Cost: FREE

This event will be followed up by a practical workshop on Persuasive Selling Techniques. The workshop aims to help businesses understand the language patterns which build rapport and learn the persuasion skills of top performing sales people.
When: Thursday 19 August 2010, City East, 5.30-8pm
Please note: workshops are only open to businesses based in Belfast City Council area.

At each networking event 4-6 businesses will be given the opportunity to have an exhibition space to promote their business. One business per event will also be able to promote their business at the ‘Soap Box’ slot.

If you are interested in attending, exhibiting or speaking at the soap box slot you must register in advance as places are limited. Please contact Aaron on

Interested in breaking into new markets?
Belfast City Council is offering up to 12 hours of one to one mentoring with experienced business consultants for local businesses interested in growing into new markets outside of Northern Ireland. This support is provided free of charge to small businesses based in the council area. For further information on this offer and eligibility criteria please contact Ruth Rea on 028 9050 0518 or email

Monday, 19 July 2010

Common ground cafe MOn 26th


You are invited to an evening celebrating the NIGAT Members Exhibition
at Common Grounds Cafe, 12-24 University Avenue, Belfast
on Monday 26th July 2010
from 7.30 - 9.30 pm

NIGAT Members were invited to submit a piece of art to a group exhibition,
and we received a range of pieces from photographic and print, to collage and textile works.

All work is for sale for £30 / piece and all proceeds go to NIGAT.
Please come along to see the art; get a fairly traded coffee, and enjoy the good company.
You may even go home with a beautiful new piece of art!
And please feel free to bring a friend (or two!).

Friday, 9 July 2010

Wee ft

another brilliants Transart project film screenings in the Ulster hall
13-17th July £3 a screening £10 pass showing cult classics brilliant idea .................the WEe ft
run by a guy of 19 brilliant.

Transart pitchers and judges

loads of creativity in Belfast

Aly McElroy Jones and Kate Guelke winners

Gone sailing

I'm away to the strangford lough regattas.................bye for now

names to watch transart

So in the dragons den were
Amanda Quinn
Daniel Duckett
Sean Duncan
Kate Guelke
Martin Mullan
Maureen McDevitt
Aly McElroy JOnes
Shauna McGowan
Trisha McNally
Christine James
Clare Palmer
Gerard Donnelly
Jenny Wallace
Philip Wilson

all names to watch but Kate Guelke won £2000 for childrens opera and Aly McElroy JOnes for Fashion souk soon to be rolled out NI wide.Great fun and a real inspiration to see so much creativity going on in Belast

random Northern Ireland

Trans art

I'm off to judge the transart dragons den at Cresent art centre today........networking at 4 if anyone wants to join us.

Engine room opening

Micahel Hart, Colin Davis, Paul Moore and Adrain YOung

Engine room opening

Thursday, 8 July 2010

Tuesday, 6 July 2010

Open music media networking on Friday all welcome

Open Music Media - Creative Enterprises Networking Friday 9th July

The sometimes monthly meet-up returns in July as part of the Trans:mission weekend of event at Trans Belfast Festival.

Open Music Media provide an open forum for casual networking and partnership building. Usually centered around a theme, the events generally take an informal Q&A format followed by open chat.

Previously we've welcomed guests from Liverpool Sound City, First Music Contact, PRS Foundation, Rightsman, Island Records, Balcony TV, Sentric Music and many many more.

This month's event in association with Work West's Creating Enterprises Programme welcomes all sectors of the creative industries and hosts representatives from the arts, music, drama, fashion, film, IT and law industries.

We would love to see you there, so please join us between 3-6pm at the Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast on Friday 9th July.

To RSVP to our Facebook event go to!/event.php?eid=135861566425313&ref=ts

Monday, 5 July 2010

Belfast and beyond tonight

Tonight John Butcher the moochin photographer is opening his exhibition at the water
front of portraits he has taken over the last while out and about Belfast and beyond. Opening 7pm.

Now did he get the name for the title off my blog ??? who can tell. I'm sure it's only a coincidence..................

He did take my photo so let just see, pleminary information says its great........................................................................................................................................

rose week

Rose Week

Rose Week will take place on Tuesday 13 to Sunday 18 July in the City of Belfast International Rose Garden in Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park

It will include:

Summer Rose and Flower Show (17 - 18 July)
Featuring displays of roses, sweet pea, pot plants, bonsai and cacti.
Children's activities
Face painting, balloon modelling, magic shows and bouncy castle.
Varies each day - includes Irish dancing, orienteering trails, mini crazy golf, street entertainment and Chinese lion dances.
Craft stalls (17 - 18 July)
Summer stalls will offer a selection of crafts and gardening items.
Photography exhibition and workshop
View the winning entries from our Belfast Parks Photographic Competition or take part in our Snapshots photographic workshop.
Rose trials

The trial roses will be judged by a panel of experts on Wednesday 14 July.

A panel of international judges will inspect around 50 new varieties of rose and award points for habit, growth, resistance to disease, flower quality and scent.

More information

For more information and times for activities, visit or call us on 028 9091 8768.

summer show 2010 Engine Room

The Engine room gallery is having its summer show 2010 opening 8th July 7-9.30pm

414 Newtownards Road Belfast

Continues until 31st July 2010

Opening hours Tuesday - Saturday 10-4pm

I've got a piece in it from the Ebb and flow of East Belfast collection.

Catalyst art presents

Catalyst Arts Presents

The Embassy Salon Show
9th July -16th July
opening Thurs 8th July 6-8

Catalyst Arts and the Embassy Gallery (Edinburgh) have come together
to present a selection of work from the Embassy Salon Show 2010. For
one week only the Catalyst will showcases the works of emerging and
established Edinburgh artists.
Works by Morag Keil, Tayto and Tayto, Ewan Sinclair, Alexa Hare, Leigh Chorlton,
Calvin Laing, Peter Amoore, Greg Fullerton and Tiffany Parbs, Tessa Payne,
Claire Louise Davies, Alan and Rose Holligan and Marie Smith.

Gallery opening hours Tues-Sat 11-5
Catalyst Arts
5 College Court
02890 31 33 03

Saturday, 3 July 2010

vetting and barring scheme

Vetting and Barring Scheme

The Vetting and Barring Scheme, created to help prevent unsuitable people from working with children and vulnerable adults and which was due to start on 26 July 2010, has been halted to allow the Government to carry out a review. There is no longer a need at this time to register with The Independent Safeguarding Authority. However, the regulations introduced in October 2009 still apply, meaning that employers are legally bound to carry out an Access NI check on any preferred employee or volunteer prior to offering a commencement of duties which involve regulated activities with children and vulnerable adults. If in doubt, contact Access NI at or Tel: (028) 9025 9100.

Brendan Jamison at the Tate

Sweet taste of success for Ulster Artist


South Belfast based artist Brendan Jamison has been given a taste of success with a commission to create a two metre wide sugar cube sculpture of the iconic Tate Modern building as part of the 2010 London Festival of Architecture.

Artist Brendan Jamison

Brendan, whose career has been supported by the Arts Council over the last six years, is renowned for his imaginative projects and ingenious use of materials. Previously having created installations using wool and wax, his work is now housed in many private and corporate collections around the world. He is represented in Northern Ireland by the Golden Thread Gallery.

Using 71,908 sugar cubes and weighing in at 224 kilograms, the Tate Modern sculpture has been built to a scale of 1:100 and is one of two works he will be showing at the London event. Commissioned by Native Land and Grosvenor, Brendan has also created a sugar model of NEO Bankside, four apartment pavillions adjacent to the Tate Modern.

Speaking about his latest venture, Brendan said: "I was delighted to be offered these commissions, aside from the colossal scale of Tate Modern sculpture, I also enjoyed the challenge of constructing and carving the hexagonal towers of Neo Bankside, a beautiful state of the art development of luxurious apartments designed by world renowned architects Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners. The views out over Tate Modern and the Thames are truly spectacular.”

Roisin McDonough, Chief Executive of the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, said: “Brendan Jamison has shown that Northern Ireland produces artists of the highest international standards and that an artist’s professional success is based upon receiving the right kind of support at the early stages of their career. Up to 20% of the grants which the Arts Council distributes to individuals goes to up and coming artists providing the vital assistance they need to take their career to that next level.

“To see Brendan’s work exhibited at the festival is an endorsement of the highest order and a testimony to his talent and ingenuity.”

With support from the Arts Council, next Spring Brendan will return to the Ormeau Baths Gallery in Belfast where he will build his tallest and most ambitious sugar model to date. Working on site, the artist will create a 5 meter high turret using a quarter of a million sugar cubes. Rising up through the two-storey space, once completed it will be the largest sugar cube construction in the world.

To tie in with the London exhibition, the Hylands Gallery of Contemporary Art on the Lisburn Road in Belfast is currently exhibiting some of Brendan’s smaller sugar cube sculptures and wax JCB Buckets.

Belfast is changing ;-)

How is it changing? We so many people have asked me this year what are you doing in July in your holidays and I just say well I'm staying in Belfast with a trip to Portaferry thrown in why is that ? well ok we had some riots last night but the city is really changing and there is a feeling of life about the place that does not require everyone to disapear over the July weekend to week to etc etc. Real progress is slow in life and you can see that all around the city little bits and pieces of things are shifting and changing. Late night Art is always fun and there seems to be a critical mass of people around who are doing interesting things and developing interesting linkages. the kind of linkages that make for contented change.

So Black Market on tomorrow as well as St Georges Market. Nice to have something else to go to on a SUnday.

Is Belfast Changing? Certainly being around the catherdral quarter as the Chair of Belfast Print Workshop I am always up and down and around the city centre as a result you really notice the difference in the people out and about. Anyway so what am I looking forward to? well Monday evening its the mooching photo mans opening at the waterfront I think it;'s at seven I was captured in one of his photos on a mooch around the Catherdral quarter. He really is a portrait photographer.. On Thursday it's the Engine Rooms Summer show opening and I have a piece in it so I suspect I will go there 7-9pm I'm showing a piece from my ebb and flow of East Belfast print collection and I think it makes for interesting viewing. Slightly tongue in cheek.

Sarah Majury & Ben Allen @ Island Art Centre

Scrim and screen prints At Island Art centre

Ngaire Jackson and Michael Hart Island Art Centre

Belfast Printworkshop at Island Art centre

Paul McClearnon and the reason for Maternity leave

Buyers at pockets prints

Sarah and Lynn Majury

Buyers at pocket prints Michael Hart and Nora Quigley of the consumer council

Pocket print opening

Buyers at Pocket prints
Ben Allen and Colin Davis's pritns

Friday, 2 July 2010

BPw opening

Message from Kev Largy- over at pLatform arts

Good morning,

Spoom Collevtive exhibition is tonight at 6:30.. No doubt the paint will still be wet..

Try and get down for a ridiculous amount of art and some beats and things from Beckett, John King and Explosion Reggae.

Platform Arts
1 Queen Street, (above £ stretchers)

launch runs until around 9:30.

Over and out,